philanthropical

[ fil-uh n-throp-ik ]SEE DEFINITION OF philanthropical
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I didn't expect any philanthropical business, and I don't give it.

I live thus because I like it, and not from any philosophical or philanthropical standpoint.

At first, as a matter of fact, the thing was quite a philanthropical concern.

I didnt expect any philanthropical business, and I dont give it.

In doing so we intend, and wish, and strive to be philanthropical.

The growth of these philanthropical depots for the consolation of exiled Britons is often miraculously mushroom-like.

So that it was not entirely with a philanthropical intention that she stopped Mr Beverley and put an end to his dangerous details.

He even loves to rally the New Englander on his philanthropical activity, and to find his beneficence and its institutions a bore!

It cut short his philanthropical labours, but it drew him back into that current of active work for which he was already pining.

Modern innovators write unctuous theories, long drawn, and nebulous or philanthropical romances; but the thief acts.

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